Open AI’s GPT-3: The next revolution in Artificial Intelligence
Team Udayavani, Aug 15, 2020, 10:05 AM IST
OpenAI, the Elon Musk-founded artificial intelligence research lab, announced the arrival of the newest version of an AI system it had been working on that can mimic human language, a model called GPT-3.
What is GPT-3
The GPT stands for “generative pre-training” and it’s a language model, which means that it processes text. The third generation of OpenAI’s Generative Pretrained Transformer, GPT-3, is a general-purpose language algorithm that uses machine learning to translate text, answer questions and predictively write text.
The GPT-3 is pre-trained with a large amount of natural language text from the Internet. It costs at least 4.6 million US dollars to train on GPUs.
According to Vox, OpenAI controls access to GPT-3, you can request access for research, a business idea, or just to play around, though there’s a long waiting list for access. Once you have access, you can interact with the program by typing in prompts for it to respond to.
This is mind blowing.
With GPT-3, I built a layout generator where you just describe any layout you want, and it generates the JSX code for you.
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— Sharif Shameem (@sharifshameem) July 13, 2020
GPT-3 is a big leap forward for AI because it has general intelligence that surpass humans at a wide variety of tasks, from programming to researching to having intelligent conversations
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